Introduction to Solid Rocket Engine
Solid propellant rocket engine A chemical rocket engine that uses solid propellants. Also known as solid propellant rocket engine. The solid propellant is ignited and burned in the combustion chamber, and the chemical energy is converted into heat energy to produce high temperature and high pressure combustion products. The combustion products flow through the nozzle, where it expands and accelerates, and the thermal energy is converted into kinetic energy, which is discharged from the nozzle at high speed to generate thrust.